I have a confession to make.
I had always thought I could live a quiet spiritual life. No one would have to know that I pray more than once a day, or that I mediate three or four times a week, or that I bellieve in God but not necessarily in religion, or that I have studeied my beliefs since I was a teenager, or that I am a Reiki master and that I do distance healing often. ……… the bottom line is I am a very spiritual person. Whew I finally said it.
Life is full of changes. Sometimes you ask for something and you get it. But there are always strings attache (even in the spiritual realm). Recently, I have started being lead to make my living practicing my spiritual beliefs. I believe that this is what I am supposed to begin doing full-time with my life. Luckily I don’t have to give up my day job (yet) but I do have to start living, sharing and working on my spiritual practices.
What a “road less traveled” option. I am not even feeling like there is a road here ….. maybe I will have to create my own path. I have learned, sometimes the hard way, that I have to follow where I am being lead (even if I don’t see why at the time) and that the effort, outcomes and rewards are always worth it.
Yes, I am going somewhere with this confession …. In the past couple of years, I have done, accomplished, achieved, discovered and many professional opportunities. Not to many things have impressed me, but my most recent accomplisthment has really honored, humbled and amazed me. Here is my start ….
I am writing a bi-monthly, column “Art of Life” for a local newspaper Capital City Hues (Go here & click on my name).
The column is designed to provide practical advise on a number of “improve your life topics” with a spiritual twist.